Brazilian federal prosecutors have froze about $11.6 million of Facebook funds in the latest dispute over access to WhatsApp messages.
There are hidden Messenger games, fun emoji animations and more that you probably don't know about.
The IRS is investigating the transfer of assets to Facebook's Irish subsidiary, according to a filing.
A new study from SurveyMonkey Intelligence revealed the 30 most-downloaded and most-used apps in the American iOS and Android app stores so far this year. Social media apps like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram ruled over mobile games in the first six months of 2016. Because Pokémon Go was released in the U.S. Show More Summary
Over $2 billion in profit for the quarter, up from just $719 million a year ago. That’s amazing growth. Among their highlights: Daily active users (DAUs) — DAUs were 1.13 billion on average for June 2016, an increase of 17 percent year-over-year. Mobile...Show More Summary
Facebook could owe the IRS between $3 billion and $5 billion, the company revealed in a new filing. The IRS has been investigating Facebook for its 2008 through 2013 tax years. On July 27, it sent Facebook a statutory notice of deficiency...Show More Summary
Facebook and Instagram will be part of the NBC Olympics team for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games from Rio de Janeiro.
For remote offline communities, Facebook’s autonomous test plane moved another step closer to providing internet to Earth’s least connected places. As reported in Smart Cities World, the social media giant recently ran full scale tests of its Aquila unmanned airplane. Show More Summary
Mercedes-Benz's vision of the future of public transportation is the Future Bus. This self-driving bus is already on the roads of Amsterdam, navigating a 12-mile stretch to and from Schiphol Airport. Follow TI: On Facebook SEE ALSO: Microsoft is laying off another 2,850 people in the next 12 months Join the conversation about this story »
In the mixed up world of 2016, it's a little reassuring, if not terribly exciting, to have earnings as usual. Which is what we've seen so far this month in tech. Twitter faces another setback. Intel's stock slumps on so-so numbers. Microsoft notches up as it erodes skepticism about its cloud business. Show More Summary
Victim blaming is bullsht, and comedian Alice Brine is calling bullsht on all that bullsht by explaining the illogical nature of it in one simple paragraph. Brine, who lives in Auckland, New Zealand, took to Facebook Tuesday after posting...Show More Summary
Apple has updated its iMovie app for iPhone and iPad, making it easier to start projects more quickly by letting you select multiple photos and videos. You can also now share to Facebook and Vimeo using the standard iOS share menu. In...Show More Summary
Have you ever wondered how Facebook decides what posts to show you? Here’s a hint: You’re not seeing everything your friends post. Not even close. Facebook’s computers try to decide which posts you’ll find most useful, based on your history of Liking and Sharing things. Show More Summary
Stocks are closing mostly higher as investors work through an uneven batch of corporate earnings, the AP reports. Facebook added 1% Thursday after the social media company reported earnings that easily surpassed analysts' estimates. Ford sank 8% after reporting weak results and warning investors that things could get worse in...
Facebook is paying sports teams and athletes more than $4 million to use Facebook Live. Soccer, in particular, is a big focus for the new live video product.
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The torch is coming to Facebook. NBC, the broadcast rights holder of the Olympics, will publish highlights and recap videos of the 2016 events in Rio to Facebook and Instagram, the companies announced Thursday. Some of these highlights...Show More Summary
Facebook reported strong second-quarter-2016 financial results Wednesday, with revenue up 59 percent year-over year and net income soaring 186 percent compared with the second quarter of 2015.
Social media makes horror fandom so much more complicated, but it's always an exciting journey. The newest obtuse social media hint comes from Facebook, and it concerns that holy of holies: the much-awaited PHANTASM: RAVAGER, which is supposedly already completed. Show More Summary